Rheological and Electrical Properties of the Suspensions of Differently Oxidized Carbon Blacks in Polar and Apolar Dielectric Dispersion Media

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Abstract

The results of the investigation of the rheological characteristics and electrical resistance of the suspensions of carbon black with various degrees of oxidation in apolar vaseline oil and polar castor oil are reported. It is established that, regardless of the degree of oxidation, the strength of the structure-forming bonds between aggregates of carbon black in vaseline oil is higher than that in castor oil.

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